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Current Affairs Live Updates: 2nd Phase of Polling in WB, Assam, Immunization Drive for 45 and Above Begins, Get Latest & Daily Current Affairs Updates Here

Apr 1, 2021
Current Affairs Live Blog: Today i.e. on 1st April, the 2nd Phase of Polling will commence for the on-going assembly elections and also the COVID-19 immunization drive will be opened to people of 45 years and above. To help UPSC, Banking, SSC and other government exam aspirants a

Union Budget 2021 Highlights: PM Modi terms Active and Not Reactive, Focused on Covid-related reforms to Atmanirbhar resolve

Feb 1, 2021
Budget 2021: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented Union Budget 2021-22 today in the Parliament. Expectations from this year’s budgets were very high considering it had to provide much needed relief to the ailing economy and also address the traditional challenges or unemployment, f

Syria accepted the UN Peace Plan to end Violence in Country

Mar 28, 2012
International Current Affairs 2012. Syria on 27 March 2012 accepted the 19-point UN peace plan to end violence in country

Libyan Strongman Muammar Gaddafi’s Son Killed in NATO Strike

May 2, 2011
International/World Current Affairs 2011. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) carried out a strike on Muammar Gaddafi’s home in Bab al-Azizya residential area in Tripoli, the capital of Libya

Anti-Government Protests in Syria Intensified

Apr 26, 2011
International/ World Current Affairs 2011. Armed forces of Syria shot dead 49 anti-government protesters

Syria Passed a Draft Law to End 48 years of Emergency Rule

Apr 21, 2011
International/World Current Affairs 2011.The government of Syria passed a draft law on 19 April 2011 to lift 48 years of emergency rule in the country....

International Conference on Libya Urged Muammar Qadhafi to Resign

Apr 1, 2011
International conference held at London urged Muammar Qadhafi to resign as the ruler of Libya...Current Affairs 2011

President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh Given Emergency Powers

Mar 25, 2011
The Parliament of Yemen enacted emergency laws to give special powers to its President Ali Abdullah Saleh to arrest, detain and to impose censorship on-Current Affairs 2011

Libya Announced Ceasefire against the Pro-Democracy Rebels

Mar 24, 2011
Libya announced ceasefire and stopped its military offensive operation against the pro-democracy rebels

Bahrain Declared 3-Month Emergency

Mar 16, 2011
Bahrain’s King, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, declared the 3-month state of emergency to quell an uprising in the nation

Europe Initiated Actions against Gaddafi Regime in Libya

Mar 16, 2011
European nations took actions to isolate the regime of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi

G8 Failed to Reach Any Agreement on Intervention in Libya

Mar 16, 2011
Foreign ministers from the G8 on 15 March 2011 failed to reach any agreement on military intervention in Libya

France Announced Recognition for the Libyan Rebel Group

Mar 14, 2011
France announced its official recognition for the Libyan National Council as the sole representative of the Libyan people and became the first western country to do so.

Evacuation Process of Indians from Libya Stepped Up

Mar 7, 2011
Evacuation process of Indian nationals from strife torn Libya has been stepped up.The ship MV Red Star has reached the Libyan coast

India Unveiled Operation Safe Homecoming to Evacuate Indians Trapped in Libya

Mar 4, 2011
India unveiled Operation Safe Homecoming to bring back thousands of Indians caught in the turmoil in Libya

INS Jalashwa to Evacuate Indians from Libya

Feb 26, 2011
India decided to press INS Jalashwa into service to evacuate Indians from Libya

Protests in Bahrain Intensified

Feb 25, 2011
Public Protests in Bahrain intensified during the third week of February 2011 with the famous Pearl Round becoming a visible symbol of revolt

Uprising in Tunisia Deposed its Dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali

Feb 1, 2011
Prime minister of Tunisia, Mohamed Ghannouchi, announced a new government named National Unity Government

23-Year Old Dictatorship Government in Tunisia Ended

Jan 17, 2011
23-year old dictatorship government in Tunisia came to an end on 14 January 2011 when the dictator of Tunisia, President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was ousted from his post

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